Big Fee Jump For No Nay Never

Boom first season sire No Nay Never has soared to the top of the Coolmore Stud roster in Ireland.

The son of Scat Daddy, who has made a phenomenal start to his stud career with 27 winners this year, will stand for €100,000 in 2019, four times his 2018 fee.

His winners include six stakes winners headed by G1 Middle Park Stakes scorer Ten Sovereigns.

No Nay Never shuttled to Coolmore Australia this spring where he stands for $19,250.

His first Australian-bred yearlings will be available in 2019.

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No Nay Never Picture: Coolmore Australia

Only the champion Galileo who remains on a private fee will command a higher service than No Nay Never at Coolmore Ireland.

Fastnet Rock will stand for 70,000 euros while his high-class son Merchant Navy will shuttle for the first time for an introductory fee of €20,000.

Merchant Navy is currently covering his first book of mares at Coolmore’s Hunter Valley base at a fee of $55,000.

Camelot, who leads the second-season sire lists after fielding Group 1 winners Athena, Latrobe and Wonderment, has received a fee increase to €40,000 from €30,000 in 2018

Caravaggio, the other shuttling son of sire sensation Scat Daddy, remains on a fee of €35,000 for his second season at stud while Churchill (Galileo), who also stands in Australia, will stand at an unchanged fee of €35,000.

Another shuttler Starspangledbanner (Choisir) will stand for a slightly increased fee of €17,500, having stood for €15,000 in 2018, while reverse shuttler Pride Of Dubai (Street Cry) has had his fee shaved to €12,500.

Four new fstallions join the Coolmore Stud roster alongside Merchant Navy.

Saxon Warrior (Deep Impact), the G1 Racing Post Trophy and G1 2000 Guineas winner, is the most expensive of those at €30,000.

Champion two-year-old and G1 July Cup US Navy Flag (War Front), starts at €25,000 that may be reviewed should he win the G1 Sprint Classic at Flemington on Saturday.

Galileo's G2-winning and multiple G1-placed son Gustav Klimt stands for €7,500, while Sioux Nation, another precocious son of Scat Daddy who won the G1 Phoenix Stakes stands for an introductory fee of €12,500..

Swettenham Stud shuttler Highland Reel (Galileo) will remain at €17,500 in 2019.

2019 FEES (2018 in brackets)

Australia €35,000 (€35,000)

Camelot €40,000 (€30,000)

Caravaggio €35,000 (€35,000)

Champs Elysees €6,500 (€6,500)

Churchill €35,000 (€35,000)

Excelebration €8,000 (€8,000)

Fastnet Rock €70,000 (€70,000)

Footstepsinthesand €10,000 (€10,000)

Galileo Private (Private)

Gleneagles €30,000 (€40,000)

Gustav Klimt €7,500

Highland Reel €17,500 (€17,500)

Holy Roman Emperor €15,000 (€15,000)

Ivawood €5,000 (€6,000)

Kingston Hill €5,000 (€5,000)

Mastercraftsman €30,000 (€25,000)

Merchant Navy €20,000

No Nay Never €100,000 (€25,000)

Pride Of Dubai €12,500 (€15,000)

Requinto €4,000 (€5,000)

Rock Of Gibraltar €7,500 (€7,500)

Ruler Of The World €8,000 (€8,000)

Saxon Warrior €30,000

Sioux Nation €12,500

Starspangledbanner €17,500 (€15,000)

The Gurkha €17,500 (€25,000)

US Navy Flag €25,000

War Command €8,000 (€8,000)

Zoffany €25,000 (€25,000)

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